The CORPORATION shall be known as the BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS.
The headquarters of the BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS shall be in Shelby County, Tennessee.
Section 1. Eligibility: Any Black clergy member may become a regular member of the BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS upon application and payment of any regular dues as set by the membership.
Section 2. Termination of Membership: Membership may be terminated by resignation, by non-payment of dues, or cause after written notice of charges and pending expulsion, suspension or termination, and a 30-day period to answer in writing have expired, and the BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS took action.
Section 1. Regular Meetings: The BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS members shall meet no less than once per month at a time and place designated by the Executive Committee. Virtual meetings are authorized. Meetings may be called by written request of the Executive Committee.
Section 2. Annual Meeting: The January meeting shall be designated as the Annual meeting and held at a location designated by the Executive Committee. At the annual meeting: The President and Treasurer shall report on the activities and financial condition of the Corporation.
The failure to hold an annual meeting at a time stated in or fixed in accordance
with the Corporation's bylaws does not affect the validity of any corporate action.
Section 3. Quorum: A quorum for the transaction of business at any meeting of the BLACK CLERGY COLLABORATIVE OF MEMPHIS shall be seven members, one of whom is a member of the Executive Committee.
Actions at meetings may be taken by consensus. When consensus cannot be reached, a voice vote will be taken, a vote of the majority, which only requires a simple majority to pass any properly made motion.
A member's proxy shall be counted only to establish a quorum, but not as a vote for or against an issue.